Gone

Gone

The Last Days of The New Yorker

Book - 1999
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From a legendary journalist and star writer at "The New Yorker" comes an insider's look at the magazine's tumultuous yet glorious years under the direction of the enigmatic William Shaw.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, c1999
ISBN: 9780684808161
0684808161
Branch Call Number: Literature 051 Adl

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Mardian Aug 27, 2015

Thanks so much.
You put the Lillian Ross book into perspective for me...and that was only chapter one.
It was a wonderfully clear explanation for life at the NEW YORKER (during the Shawn years) without benefit of sentiment and personal rose-colored glasses. Even funny!

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